Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Guest Post- Jessica from LuvMyLacquer

Happy October lovelies!!! Today is my 2 month blogiversary and I am so happy that you are still hanging in there with me on this blogging journey. Today is the last day of my mini guest post series and it comes from the darling Jessica of LuvMyLacquer. Jess and I have become friends through Instagram and Facebook. She has also been very helpful in providing tips and advice in getting my blog off to a successful start. Thanks so much my dear! If you are not currently following her blog or social media accounts, you are truly missing out on an amazingly talented nail girl. Jess creates the most beautiful watermarbles and her skittlete manicures are always on point. She has an eye for blending contrasting patterns and colors that will WOW you every time. Please welcome Jess to Polished to Precision and check out this beautiful creation!
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Hello Lacquer Luvers! My name is Jessica AKA Mrs.LuvMyLacquer and I am so honored to be here with you guys today! When Tiffany asked me to guest post for her I gladly accepted the opportunity. I think it's such a great honor to be asked to guest post on someone's blog and couldn't resist the chance in helping out a dear friend.


So we all know how much Tiff loves her indies, right? Well, I decided that I would create a franken for this post (not that I am an indie maker but it's fun to make believe, right?) as a fun little twist to guest posting! I have made a few frankens before and sometimes ideas just come to me so I go for it and see what I come up with. This time I came up with a little lady named To-tealy Gorgeous.

This time around was a little different for me as far as frankening goes. I decided to try using pigments in the mix. This was a little complex as far as getting the particles to break up but still fin to watch all come together! My franken was made up of Sinful Colors Hottie, BFTE Pigments in Panurple and Cheeky, teal and iridescent square and hex glitter and suspension base.



My manicure began with a basecoat of Essie Feed Me followed by two coats of Bettina Purple. Next, I applied one coat of my franken and topped it all off with a coat of HK Girl topcoat. I really loved how gorgeous the glitters sparkled with this mani. I couldn't leave well enough alone though and added some water marbled accent nails using Bettina Celebrate, Aqua, and Purple.



I am so in love with how this manicure turned out and I absolutely adore my To-tealy Gorgeous franken! It's so much fun and gratifying to have an idea and bring it to life exactly how you envisioned it. Have you ever frankened or thought about what your perfect indie polish would be? I'd love to hear what you think of this manicure! As always, I hope you enjoyed this post my dear Lacquer Luvers and I look forward to sharing my next post with you, xo!

~Jessica






3 comments:

  1. Really pretty mani!

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  2. This is really pretty.

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  3. Marisa (Polish Obsession)October 2, 2013 at 1:45 PM

    Jess your franken is AWESOME!!! I love how it turned out. And the water marbling is great as usual.

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